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The Let's Go Eat Show
42 minutes | a year ago
Jesse and Bill sit down to talk about slam poetry in Utah and to watch Producer Dick Clark sob Jesse Parent is a local slam poet. For those of you who just recoiled a bit at that descriptor, first off? How dare you. Second, I will make you a bet: if you’re not ugly crying by the end of this episode (spoiler alert: listen for the soft sound of my tears hitting the mixer), I’ll quit being the producer of this show!
40 minutes | a year ago
Ken Sanders Returns
Bill and Ken catch up over chicken salad sandwiches at The Daily SLC Ken Sanders is a legend in the Salt Lake Valley for anyone who’s ever been interested in books (both the rare and common alike), music, counter culture and/or a just sitting in a book store, surrounded by nostalgia, friends, cats and history. Join Bill and Ken as they catch up over a tasty chicken salad sandwich and find out what you can do to help relocate Ken Sanders Rare Books to a new location before it’s raised by new development!
37 minutes | a year ago
Babs and Bill discuss LA, SLC and comedy at The Daily Babs Gray is a stand up comic and podcaster who grew up along the Wasatch Front. She and Bill sit down over a delicious meal at The Daily to talk about making the move to L.A., what it’s like to be a woman in comedy and how a podcast dedicated to analyzing Britney Spears’ Instagram feed turned into lawsuits and a prolonged custody battle! Get to know Babs, y’all. She’s the real deal!Find her podcasts (Lady to Lady / Britney’s Gram) wherever fine podcasts are sold!
27 minutes | a year ago
Rebecca and Bill sit down to discuss geek culture, comedy and podcasting
40 minutes | a year ago
Nick “Sarge” Perez
Bill and Sarge share a meal at The Daily – SLC X96’s promotions director Nick “Sarge” Perez makes directin’ promotions look easy. You’d never know from his laid back, comic book lovin’ persona that he’s been shot (multiple times) or that he manages some of the biggest voice talent in the industry. Get to know Sarge while he and Bill chow down on some delicious food from The Daily!
31 minutes | a year ago
Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox
Bill and Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox sit down to discuss his bid for governor Bill and Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox have known each other for a long time now. They consider themselves friends even…which is why Bill’s first question of the interview being “what the hell were you thinking?” makes the Lt. Gov’s second appearance on The Let’s Go Eat Show a little more formal than his first. Listen in as the two discuss The Eagle Forum, abortion and the run for governor in the state of Utah.
70 minutes | a year ago
Pamela Atkinson – Rebroadcast
Hey everyone. Since it’s the end of the year and we’re rebroadcasting some of the most important episodes from the archives, here’s one with a message from Bill: “We’re reposting this episode from 2016 to honor one of the great angels in our community. We are proud to call Pamela our friend.” Enjoy and have a wonderful holiday!
56 minutes | a year ago
Joe McQueen – Rebroadcast
This week is another rebroadcast of an episode Bill did with the legendary Ogden musician Joe McQueen. As some of you are aware, Joe passed away this week at the age of 100. The man was truly one of a kind, an original and will be missed. Please enjoy this rebroadcast and the accompanying article that Bill penned back in the day about this truly remarkable human being and his extraordinary life. https://link.medium.com/wx45UDQzh2
68 minutes | a year ago
Princess Kennedy – Rebroadcast
Princess Kennedy Hello, friends! This week, we’re reposting an episode from 2013 with one of our friends who’s in need. Please see this note from Bill: I had the great delight some time ago to meet a person called Princess Kennedy. It was for an interview for my podcast The Let’s Go Eat Show. PK suggested we meet at Zest, a vegan restaurant that has since become a favorite spot. I found PK to be a charming guest, willing to talk about anything. She was funny, smart, sexy, and a delight to be with. And now it seems she has been brought low by a horrific accident. Please get to know her, if you don’t already, through this interview. Know this: PK has no insurance. She will need alot of care both in hospital and at home to recover. You can help. Just google Go Fund Me Princess Kennedy. There are a couple of people who have set up funds. Justin Strange seems to be the main one. Or you can use Venmo @PK-Kennedy. Get better soon, Princess! Bill Allred: Host and Dick Clark: Producer
30 minutes | a year ago
Dick Clark Interviews Bill Allred
Bill Allred and Dick Clark in Dec. of 2014 at St. Vincent’s Kitchen, preparing food for those in need In a flip of the script, Dick Clark (producer of the Let’s Go Eat Show) sits down with Bill and asks him questions gathered from listeners, friends and ones that have been burning a hole in his brain for decades. Whether or not it turned out as Bill expected, the results are a quick glimpse into who he really is: an empathetic performer who loves what he does, who wants people to take care of each other and who has an excellent sense of humor! (and no, Bill didn’t pay me to write any of this lol). Please enjoy…lord knows I did!
35 minutes | a year ago
Lindsay Hansen Park
Bill and Lindsay share coffee, pie and excellent conversation! Lindsay Hansen Park is an American Mormon feminist blogger, podcaster, and the Executive Director for the Salt Lake City-based non-profit Sunstone Education Foundation. She is also an amazing historian when it comes to Utah, its Mormon pioneers how they spread out across this land back in the day. She and Bill sit down to discuss the recent tragic murders of fundamentalist Mormons living in Mexico at the hands of local drug cartels. A fascinating conversation, peppered with some laughs and odd historical facts. You don’t wanna miss it!
37 minutes | 2 years ago
Fran Pruyn and Julie Jensen
Bill sits down with Fran Pruyn and Julie Jensen, theater producer and playwright extraordinaire! Fran Pruyn has been a contributor to the arts and, specifically, theater for decades here in the Salt Lake Valley. Julie Jensen is an award-winning playwright (Mockingbird – Winner of the prestigious Kennedy Center Award) who has also been artfully creating in the 801 for decades as well. So it should be of no surprise that they are collaborating on a topic unique to the state of Utah. “Two-Headed” centers around the infamous Mountain Meadows Massacre that occurred in 1857. The two protagonists are daughters of Mormon pioneers who participated in the slayings of Native Americans. For those who have grown up in the predominant Utah faith, the themes will either come as a surprise or sound all too familiar. For those unfamiliar with the history, the story will both haunt and educate. Please enjoy getting to know these extraordinary artistic women and don’t forget to get tickets at https://artsaltlake.org/production/two-headed/
39 minutes | 2 years ago
Carol Lynn Pearson
Carol Lynn Pearson is an American poet, author, screenwriter, and playwright. A member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS Church), Pearson is best known for her book Goodbye, I Love You, a memoir of her marriage to a gay man who died of AIDS in 1984. She frequently addresses the topics of LGBT acceptance and other activist topics via her poetry, interviews and life’s work. Please enjoy this conversation with Bill and Carol Lynn!
34 minutes | 2 years ago
Caleb Parry – Part 2
Bill’s Mustache (and Bill) interview Caleb Parry about the Ziegfeld Theater! The Impresario of the Ziegfeld Theater returns! Keep listening to this amazing success story, how Caleb and his co-owner (and better half) Morgan are teaching kids to love the arts from a young age and what plans they have for the future of theater in Utah! Don’t forget to pick up tickets to Rocky Horror here: https://www.theziegfeldtheater.com/
31 minutes | 2 years ago
Caleb Parry – Part 1
Bill’s Mustache (and Bill) interview Caleb Parry about the Ziegfeld Theater! Caleb Parry knows a thing or two about the theater. Having been a performer in Ogden for over 20 years and an entrepreneur for over 15, He and his wife Morgan founded The Ziegfeld Theater in 2012 and have successfully operated since that day, bringing local and national arts to the residents of the Wasatch Front. In the first part of their interview, Caleb gives some history into how he made this possible and chats with Bill about his role as The Narrator in Rocky Horror. Make sure to get tickets here: https://www.theziegfeldtheater.com/
29 minutes | 2 years ago
Ivonna “Ivy” Earnest
Ivy bein’ Ivy and Bill rockin’ a pair of sunglasses, his biggest talent to date! In every city you find yourself in, there’s always a local who seems to know everyone and everyone knows them. In Salt Lake City, Utah? That person is Ivonna “Ivy” Earnest. Ivy and Bill sit down for a chat about what it’s like to live with Multiple Sclerosis, how it is that she seems to know every single resident of the Salt Lake metro area and why crossing your legs can lead to an uneven haircut (trust me, it’ll make sense). Enjoy! And follow Ivy’s business on social media (@boozetique)
27 minutes | 2 years ago
Ink Against Cancer (Hilde and Jay): Part 2
inkagainstcancer.com – visit to find out about upcoming events! In the second part of Bill’s interview with Hilde, Jay Koenig (co-founder of Ink Against Cancer, Hilde’s husband) joins them to discuss their organization, how it benefits families along the Wasatch Front and their upcoming cruise with Megadeth! Check it out and be sure to visit inkagainstcancer.com to learn more about this amazing organization!
31 minutes | 2 years ago
Hildegard Koenig – Ink Against Cancer: Part 1
Hilde and her husband Jay Hildegard Koenig (also known as Hilde) is a remarkable human being. A 1st generation immigrant of Mexican and German parents, she is a survivor of domestic abuse, suicide, depression and anxiety. In spite of every challenge she’s faced, Hilde has not only risen above them but has dedicated her life to advocating for those facing some of life’s greatest challenges. In part 1 of this interview, Bill sits with Hilde and learns about her background, how she became an advocate and what Ink Against Cancer is doing to help families along the Wasatch Front. Enjoy!
32 minutes | 2 years ago
Jenn Blosil – Part 2
Bill and Jenn discuss the music industry Part 2 of Bill’s chat with Jenn Blosil! Don’t miss it!
33 minutes | 2 years ago
Jenn Blosil – Part 1
Bill and Jenn talk about trying to make it in the music industry Jenn Blosil has, according to Bill, one of the most unique singing and speaking voices that he’s ever heard. Having performed on American Idol in 2016, served an LDS mission to NYC and now recorded an entire 11 track LP? Jenn Blosil is just getting started. Please enjoy this upbeat conversation and stay until the end to hear an exclusive clip from Jenn’s new album which drops on October 4th on Spotify!
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